Whole-Genome Sequencing Study Uncovers Recurrent Gene Fusion in Colorectal Cancer | GenomeWeb

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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Through whole-genome sequencing of several matched tumor-normal pairs, researchers from the US, Israel, and Spain have identified a recurrent gene fusion that turns up in some colorectal cancers.

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